Deep-fried and addictive, the sweet little cakes called fritters are tasty blends of sweet and savory ingredients. Calling on corn, seafood, or apples, these easy recipes make crispy and delicious fritters every single time.See Popular Fritters Recipes
Trending in Our Kitchens
These delicate and slightly sweet fritters from Devi Garh palace-hotel are deliciously flecked with cilantro leaves and held together simply by the starch in the corn. A dusting of flour just before they're pan-fried gives them a light, crisp crust. For a richer flavor, cook the fritters in unsalted butter instead of vegetable oil.
Farm fresh kernels of corn serve double duty in this recipe that can be used as both an appetizer and main dish.
Serve these sweet dough and fruit fritters for breakfast, brunch, or as a an appetizer or dessert.
Savory fritters, filled with walnuts, Parmesan cheese, and rosemary, make for an appetizer that guests will remember.
In Mexico, these fritters are often served at Christmas. Some sprinkle them with cinnamon sugar while others prefer them with a drizzle of cinnamon syrup.
Tart apples and a lemony batter add a tasty tang to these fun fall fritters--great for snacks or a quick dessert.
This cornmeal fritter recipe is a delicious example of a Southerner's staple.
An apple pie spice glaze is drizzled on these homemade doughnuts right before serving. Set these out at breakfast or brunch and watch them disappear.
Try this recipe for Baked Sweet Potato Fritters for a simple appetizer, as a vegetarian main dish or as a fresh and modern take on a veggie burger.
Try these as an appetizer, served with , as a side with grilled chicken or fish, or for breakfast with maple syrup.
A low-fat Greek yogurt, cilantro and lime dip is the perfect creamy complement to warm and crunchy pan-fried Corn Cakes.
Savory, smoky and slightly sweet, these are great with roast pork loin, a hearty bowl of black bean soup or barbecued chicken legs and coleslaw. Dotted with creme fraiche, they make an exotic appetizer.
The story of Hanukkah tells of the miracle oil that was only supposed to last one day but actually burned for eight days. Hence, eight days of celebration, eight days of latkes (potato pancakes), donuts, fritters, and other foods cooked in oil. Also, until last year, eight days of our kids nagging, whining, and demanding presents.
Knee high by the fourth of July, and on the grill or bust in August (ok, not a great rhyme, but it's our warm-weather mantra). Just-picked corn is what's on our summer menus -- whether that means corn on the cob or succotash or fritters or just about any shape those gorgeous yellow and white kernels want to take. In this recipe, corn relish gives a tasty oomph to a simple grilled salmon that's lightly seasoned with salt, pepper and barbecue sauce.